The National Coalition for Safer Roads (NCSR) helps save lives and protect communities by advocating for the use of automated traffic enforcement. Red-light running, speeding, and disobeying school bus passing laws all pose a dangerous threat to the safety of the people who share America’s roadways. Camera technology can help reduce traffic collisions and improve driver behavior by enforcing red light, speeding and school bus stop arm laws in communities across the country.
NCSR President, Melissa Wandall Talks Motorist, Bicyclist and Pedestrian Safety in Florida
Join me as we work together to drive down pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities! Safety does not happen by accident! Alert Today Florida has partnered with traffic safety groups to release a series of public service announcements to educate our community on important road safety issues.
Amanda was severely injured in 2004 when a dump-truck driver ran a red light and broadsided into her SUV. Amanda suffered a severe traumatic brain injury, lost her spleen and almost lost a kidney. The truck was 12-seconds late going through the intersection.
In October of 2003, my husband and brother went out for a quick bite to eat. On their way home, a little over a mile from our house, they stopped at a red-light. As they started with the green light, another driver blew through a…
Melissa Wandall, Husband killed by a red-light runner
Tom and Lauren Hanley’s lives abruptly changed forever on their wedding day in June 2010 when a shuttle bus driver transporting their entire wedding party ran a red light. Their best friend and wedding officiant, Jim, was killed in the tragic crash.
Tom and Lauren Hanley
In Florida, benefits of red-light safety cameras extend beyond public safety and into the world of cutting edge science. The Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act allocates a portion of traffic fines collected from safety cameras to Florida’s trauma centers and to The Miami Project to…
The Miami Project, Red-light safety cameras extend beyond public safety